Author Profile: Trisha Miller

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Trisha Miller

Trisha Miller Editor-in-Chief, TravelWritersExchange.com - Trisha joined the Travel Industry in 1996 with a background in telecommunications and helped to build (and later sell) one of the industry's top inbound call centers specializing in air travel.

Her career in Travel Writing began with creating destination-specific content for a corporate travel intranet, and continued as she contributed content to a large number of travel-related companies that were establishing an online presence throughout the late '90's and early '00's.

Currently she is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, and a former Board Member of the International Food, Wine, and Travel Writers Association (2009-2015).  Still a frequent world traveler, and occasional guest-blogger on a number of other Travel Blogs, Trisha writes about travel and technology, sometimes both at the same time.

You can follow Trisha on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/TravelWriting


Articles By Trisha  »

Travel Writing Contest: GuideGecko
Posted in Contests, General News & Info, Opportunities on 6 September 2009
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Okay travel writers and travel bloggers, grab your pens and…..err….I mean keyboards, and…..well just grab your keyboards! There’s a travel writing contest that is still open, but the deadline for entering is quickly approaching! GuideGecko.com is holding an international writing contest for travel & food guides. The winning titles will be published and also showcased […]

A Road Trip to End Hunger
Posted in General News & Info on 5 September 2009
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Today’s post has NOTHING to do with travel writing, but it’s important enough to share with you. We’re tossing relevancy out the window today……You hear that, Google? Yep, it may be irrelevant and off-topic, and even though this is a site about travel writing, and this post has nothing whatsoever to do with travel writing, […]

Suzy: Week 3 Goals – Picking a Domain Name
Posted in Case Studies, Getting Readers, Getting Started on 4 September 2009
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If you’re wondering what this Case Study is all about, please read the introductory post from Week One. In last week’s installment of this Case Study, we covered Level 1 of the Flow Chart and the steps Suzy went through to choose her travel niche. Level 2 of the Flow Chart deals with picking a […]

Suzy: Week 2 Goals – Choosing a Travel Niche
Posted in Case Studies, Getting Readers, Getting Started on 28 August 2009
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(If you’re wondering what this Case Study is about, please read the introductory post from last week.) When Suzy and I first chatted about her desire to have a travel blog, focused on a specific travel niche, upon which she could write about what she really loves and make money doing it, I put together […]

Suzy: Week 1 Goals – Profitable Travel Writing
Posted in Case Studies, Getting Readers, Getting Started on 21 August 2009
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Can a Travel Writer make money online? I believe that the answer is a resounding yes….and I’m going to prove it to you. Allow me to introduce you to Suzy (not her real name), my first Case Study. Suzy is a well-repected travel writer who is regularly published in several online and offline travel publications. I met her on a media trip and we spent time chatting about the many challenges facing travel writers who are trying to adapt to

Travel Writers Exchange Scavenger Hunt Winner!
Posted in Contests, General News & Info on 19 August 2009
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Congratulations to Cailin O’Neil for winning our first ever Travel Writers Exchange Scavenger Hunt! Cailin wins the grab bag of goodies from Royal Holiday, including a FLIP Ultra HD video camera. The Royal Holiday extends their sincere apologies for the technical difficulties that caused sporadic outages at their website, and thanks to all those travel […]

Travel Writers & Photographers Conference – Wrap Up
Posted in Getting Started, Opportunities, Writer's Education on 18 August 2009
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This year’s Book Passage Travel Writers and Photographers Conference has come to an end. The final day was shorter, especially for me as I had to duck out a bit early to catch my flight home. I’m truly sorry to be missing the final words of Conference Chair Don George, the announcement of the winners […]

Travel Writers & Photographers Conference – Day 3
Posted in Getting Started, Opportunities, Writer's Education on 16 August 2009
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Day Three (yesterday) of the 18th Annual Book Passage Travel Writers and Photographers Conference was a long day spent trying to absorb as much of the outpouring of knowledge and experience being shared as I possibly could – taking notes both on paper and laptop so fast and furiously that my hands were starting to […]

Travel Writers & Photographers Conference – Day 2
Posted in Getting Started, Opportunities, Writer's Education on 15 August 2009
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First, before I dive right into divulging any more of the great travel writing advice I’m gleaning from the Book Passage Travel Writers and Photographers Conference, I have to extend major kudos to the wonderful folks here at the Book Passage bookstore – it takes a special type of person to pull off a conference […]

Inside a Travel Writers Conference
Posted in Getting Started, Opportunities, Writer's Education on 13 August 2009
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If you’re on my newsletter list, or follow me on Twitter, you’ll know where I am as I write this post. It’s a little past 10pm on Thursday evening, and I’m in Corte Madera, California attending the 18th Annual Book Passage Travel Writers and Photographers Conference. I’m here because for a very long time I’ve […]



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